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Today's News

  • Neighbors News

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    Macy wins 24 Hours of Leadville mountain bike race

    Evergreen's Travis Macy, 27, won the solo division at the inaugural 24 Hours of Leadville Mountain Bike Race recently.

    In 24 hours of nonstop mountain bike riding above 10,000 feet, Macy lapped the field in completing 12 laps of the 17.1-mile course. The Evergreen native also set a course record at the Leadville Silver Rush 50-Mile Mountain Bike Race in July.

  • Students thank community heroes at 9/11 commemoration

    Safety is important at schools, and the youngsters at Bergen Meadow Elementary School learned in a big way on Monday that they are safe.

    More importantly, the students in kindergarten through second grade had the opportunity to thank some of the people in the community for keeping them safe. About a dozen members of Evergreen Fire/Rescue, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and Alpine Rescue, plus two school bus drivers, received the thanks and admiration of students, teachers and parents.

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  • Sheriff's Calls

    Steaming mad at dirty trick

  • Our Readers Write

    More safety measures needed for boating at Evergreen Lake

    Editor:

    I read your incredible story with pictures of the Hunter family and their grandchildren about to drop off the dam. Also a plea from Dan Markey for greater safety in using the boats. This family was very fortunate that calm heads were present. I would certainly think that safety would be the most important factor in the use of boats on the lake.

  • Crows are something to crow about

    When we moved here in 1965, crows were officially named the “common crow.” But, they were definitely not common in Evergreen, except in winter. Summer crows in the mountains were few and far between.

  • Potter fired up about education

    Bob Smith — you know that name. You may not be sure from where or how many of them you actually know. Idledale boasts Robert Rainsford Smith, and I use his middle name to distinguish him, although surely his long and prolific career as a studio potter has done that already.

  • Ballot items would devastate governments

    People in civilized societies understand that we have collective needs that can be met only through the coordinated efforts of citizens. Many of those collective needs are met through the activities of governments. We expect our federal, state, local and special-district governments to do things that it makes no sense to do individually. We drive on public roads. We get water and dispose of wastewater through governmentally owned utilities. We educate our children in public schools. We protect our homes and businesses through governmental fire departments.

  • Candidates for top offices coming to Lake House

    The community is invited to a Candidates Forum featuring most of the top choices on the November ballot at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, at the Evergreen Lake House.

    Sponsored by the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce, the forum is open to the public. Questions may be submitted in advance. Each candidate will make a 7-minute presentation from 7 to 8 p.m.

  • Information for voters in general election

    .INFORMATION FOR VOTERS 

    • Oct. 1: Last day to mail notice of election ballot issues.

    • Oct. 4: Last day to register to vote in general election

    • Oct. 5 to Nov. 2: Elector may complete a sworn affidavit for a change of address in the county clerk's office stating that he/she moved within the state no later than the 30th day before the election.

    • Oct. 12: First day mail-in ballots may be sent to voters with mail-in requests.

    • Oct. 18: Early voting for general election begins.